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Blades

Blades

Always pick the right blade for your project   Choosing the Right Teeth Use skip tooth blades when you need a fast cut and are not concerned about splintering on the bottom. Use reverse-tooth blades when you need a relatively fast cut that leaves a smoother surface on the bottom. […]

Product Review – Pégas Super Skip Blades

Product Review – Pégas Super Skip Blades

By Mindy Kinsey The new Super Skip blades from Pégas have wider gaps between the teeth than the normal skip-tooth configuration, creating a blade that cuts very quickly. In fact, these blades move so quickly that I had to turn the saw speed down while I got used to the […]

by November 9, 2016 Product Reviews
Product Review – Flying Dutchman #3/0 Spiral Blades

Product Review – Flying Dutchman #3/0 Spiral Blades

By Bob Duncan Flying Dutchman’s #3/0 spiral blades are the smallest spiral blades available. At 0.023″ diameter, these blades fit into the tightest frets. A common complaint about spiral blades is the inability to cut sharp corners. Due to the shape of the blades, the corners will always be a […]

by November 9, 2016 Product Reviews
Olson Mach Series Blades

Olson Mach Series Blades

Premium performance at standard pricing The new Mach Series scroll saw blades by the Olson Saw Company provide a middle ground between Olson’s Precision-Ground-Tooth (PGT) design and ordinary scroll saw blades. The Mach Series blades, like most scroll saw blades, are milled, which makes them more economical than the “ground” […]

by September 15, 2009 Product Reviews
Fretwork Heart Box

Fretwork Heart Box

This challenging design will showcase your cutting skills By Sue Mey Cut by Rolf Beuttenmuller For a gift they’ll love both now and later, cut this keepsake box and fill it with your Valentine’s favorite treats. The box is sized for storing trinkets, but you could also upsize the pattern […]

by January 22, 2021 eNews: Short Cuts
Proud Unicorn Puzzle

Proud Unicorn Puzzle

Scroll a regal beast straight out of a fairy tale By Judy and Dave Peterson The unicorn has stirred people’s imaginations since antiquity. Legends about these elusive creatures abound in folklore and early religious writings—they’ve even appeared as heraldic symbols on shields throughout the world! Any creature about which so […]

by January 8, 2021 Patterns
Product Review: PLAYmake 4in1 Workshop

Product Review: PLAYmake 4in1 Workshop

More Tool Than Toy Want to introduce a kid to scrolling? This sturdy woodworking set offers fun without skimping on safety  by Jon Deck   The PLAYmake 4in1 Workshop Manufactured in Austria by The Cool Tool. $109 + S&H 4in1workshop.com and other online vendors   Lift the lid of PLAYmake’s […]

by January 8, 2021 Product Reviews
Fauna and Fowl Trivet

Fauna and Fowl Trivet

Folk art-style fretwork protects your table and decorates your kitchen By John A. Nelson Cut by Leldon Maxcy This beautiful trivet is almost too pretty to cover with a hot pan or dish. The project is great for beginners and advanced scrollers alike, and anyone looking to add a special touch […]

by November 10, 2020 Uncategorized
A Child’s First Toolbox

A Child’s First Toolbox

By Dave Van Ess If a child can hold a hammer, they can make this toolbox. Using construction lumber makes it easy to cut. This is an ideal first woodworking project for little ones stuck at home and in need of some entertainment. Teach your littlest family members a new […]

by July 24, 2020 eNews: Short Cuts
Cat-tastic Cat Puzzles

Cat-tastic Cat Puzzles

Cats. You either love them or you hate them. There are more than 600 million of them worldwide, and are found in almost every place humans live. Cats have been worshipped as protectors of possessions, seen as witches’ familiars, and shunned as bad luck. Some people collect items related to […]